The First Calvary Division was ill-prepared for potential combat. It’s a recipe for potential disaster.
In an age where there’s such a determined focus on tolerance, it’s shocking to see the sheer amount of polarization in the world.
The Long Road Home is intense, violent, and sad—sometimes all at once.
If it’s such a wonderful world out there, why are you all clamoring to get in here? — Dolores When Michael Crichton wrote and directed Westworld in 1973, he could have never known how reality TV would change the way that entertainment and real life have blended together, even twisting them. But in the collaboration… [Read More]
The First Calvary Division from Ft. Hood TX was on a basic peacekeeping mission in Iraq in 2004—the city they were placed in, Sadr City, had been incident-free for nearly a year. Then Black Sunday occurred.
After last weeks amazing premiere on Mandalore, the next arc brought us to a familiar place in Star Wars lore…the main rebel base on Yavin 4. In this episode, we’ve begun to see the dots slowly connecting towards Rogue One and, eventually, A New Hope. The Rebels, led by Hera, were just defeated and those… [Read More]
In a world filled with darkness and fear, what power does love have, if any?
Nobody wants to deal with war and its effects.
The world’s not what I thought it would be. — Shadow In the Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s strangely insightful view of American life, lore, and faith, things get insightful and… strange. For anyone who has ever read a Gaiman work, or seen one of the film adaptations (Stardust, Coraline, Mirrormask), the over-the-top exploration of… [Read More]
Star Wars Rebels is entering its final season, and although it will last only a total of four seasons, the show isn’t ending because it has been bad but rather because the timeline calls for it. Now approaching the Rogue One timeline, Rebels from the onset has been a great placeholder in giving us a… [Read More]